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The Detroit Lions have been waiver-wire warriors, with eight of their 73-man roster acquired via waiver claims.

One of the conditions of the three-team trade that sent restricted free agent tight end Tony Scheffler to the Detroit Lions was Scheffler's...

You know it's a bizarre off-season in the NFL when an NBA-style three-team trade is executed, yet ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Philadelphia...

In this post announcing that Detroit Lions restricted free agent safety Ko Simpson had signed his one-year tender, I pointed out that the Lions had...

The Detroit Lions have released veteran safety Kalvin Pearson, reports John Niyo of the Detroit News.

John Niyo of the Detroit News reports the Detroit Lions have released guard Daniel Loper.

Detroit Lions restricted free agent guard Dylan Gandy has signed his one-year tender, his agent, Scott Smith, has announced.

Citing a history of concussions, most recently one last December that ended his 2009 season, free agent tight end Casey FitzSimmons has announced...

John Niyo of the Detroit News reports the Detroit Lions will re-sign defensive end Jared DeVries on Monday....

Detroit Lions restricted free agent safety Ko Simpson has signed his one-year tender.

The Detroit Lions won their lawsuit against former wide receiver Charles Rogers, with U.S.

Detroit Lions guard Rob Sims took an indirect swipe at the city of Seattle and the "12th man" during his introduction to the Detroit-area media at...

According to Tom Kowalski of MLive.com, the Detroit Lions and newly acquired guard Rob Sims

Welcome to a special early edition of Opposition Research, where I’ll be taking a look at the Packers Thanksgiving opponent, the Detroit Lions.  It’s been 6 weeks since the 26-0 shutout at Lambeau Field, with the Lions spending the intervening weeks losing to the Rams, Seahawks, and Vikings by a combined 40-76, before earning win #2 over the Browns 38-37 (Btw, Mangini's an idiot).  It’s a quick turnaround for both teams, so let’s get look at what awaits the Packers in Detroit Rock City this year.

Welcome to Opposition Research, where I'll be taking a look at the next Packers opponent, the Detroit Lions.  In contrast to Week 4's monumental and record-breaking showdown with the Vikings, this week's game is a "ho hum, it’s the Lions" kind of game.  The line is 13.5 and the city of Detroit cares more about the upcoming bidding for the Silverdome than this week's game.  Nevertheless, I'll see what I can do to hype up the matchup between the injury-riddled Lions and the bye-rested Packers.

Jackson is a big man who can still move, and shockingly well at that, while providing more than adequate production on third downs as well.

Cutler has not shown the ability to manage a game and as funny as it seems that you would decry a guy who is a prototypical guy at the position physically for not being a "game manager", it's exactly that deficiency in his game that is keeping him from becoming a great quarterback.

That sucks. Detroit Rock City got rid of Matt Millen...finally.

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